3 bedroom semi-detached house for saleFairlie View, KA2
Sold STCM £125,000
- EXTENSIVELY UPGRADED BY THE CURRENT OWNERS
- NEWLY FITTED CREAM GLOSS KITCHEN WITH INTEGRATED APPLIANCES NEWLY FITTED BATHROOM
- OAK FLOORING, DOORS, FACINGS AND SKIRTINGS TO THE LOWER LEVELS
- RE-PLASTERED AND SKIMMED
- RE CAST EXTERNALLY
- LANDSCAPED GARDENS
- LARGE MONOBLOCKED DRIVEWAY
- COUNTRY VIEWS TO THE FRONT
- QUALITY FIXTURES AND FITTINGS INTERNALLY AND EXTERNALLY
- EARLY ENQUIRIES HIGHLY ADVISED TO APPRECIATE THE ACCOMMODATION ON OFFER
Choice properties are delighted to present to the market this modern, immaculate, 3 double bedroom semi detached home that is presented in a show home condition throughout.
This fantastic home has been extensively upgraded by the current owners and is presented in a walk in condition internally and externally.
This lovely home also benefits from country views to the front.
The accommodation on offer comprises on the ground floor of an entrance porch, reception hallway, lounge, modern very well fitted cream gloss kitchen, the family bathroom and bedroom 3.
The upper level has an upper hallway, 2 further good sized double bedrooms, both with fitted wardrobes and loft access.
The property further benefits from the large driveway, offering off street parking for several cars, and good sized very well laid out, landscaped front and rear gardens.
3`0" x 3`0" (1.04m x 1.04m) approx.
Accessed from the front via a UPVC and double glazed door is the entrance porch.
The entrance porch gives access to the reception hallway.
15`0" x 3`0" (4.64m x 1.01m) then 10`0" x 4`0" (3.12m x 1.41m) approx.
Accessed from the entrance porch via a quality fitted new Oak wood and glazed door is this good sized and welcoming 'L' shaped reception hallway.
The floor is laid with Oak wood, there is Oak wood skirting's and facings as is throughout the whole of the lower levels.
The hallway benefits from a deep set fitted cupboard that offers good storage.
There are ample power points, a ceiling light and a radiator.
The reception hallway gives access to the lounge, bathroom, bedroom 3 and the stairs to the upper levels.
14`10" x 12`1" (4.54m x 3.88m) approx.
Accessed from the reception hallway via a new Oak wood door is the very well presented front facing lounge.
There is a quality fitted carpet laid, ample power points, a ceiling light and TV point.
The lounge benefits from front country views and also gives access to the kitchen.
12` 0" x 7`0" (3.85m x 2.24m) approx.
Accessed from the lounge via a new Oak wood door is the modern very well fitted kitchen.
There is a rear facing window and a rear facing UPVC and double glazed door that takes you to the rear gardens.
The kitchen offers a good range of cream gloss wall, base and drawer units with a contrasting walnut effect work surface and a tiled splash back.
ADDITIONAL EXTRAS INCLUDE
STAINLESS STEEL OVEN
STAINLESS STEEL COOKER HOOD
INTEGRATED FRIDGE FREEZER
Please note the appliances come with no guarantees.
There is a stainless steel sink and mixer tap, ample power points, ceiling down lights and tile effect flooring is laid.
11`1" x 10`1" (3.53m x 3.07m) approx.
Accessed from the reception hallway via a new Oak wood door is this good sized front facing double bedroom
A deep set fitted cupboard offers storage, there are ample power points, a ceiling light, radiator, and Oak wood flooring is laid.
This room benefits from country views over the surrounding area.
6`1" x 5`1" (1.91m x 1.72m) approx.
Accessed from the reception hallway via an Oak wood door is the rear facing re-fitted modern family bathroom.
The bathroom has a 'P' shaped shower style bath with a shower, a fitted wash basin with a white gloss storage unit under it and the w/c.
There is a chrome towel style radiator, ceiling down lights and the walls and floor are tiled.
12`0" x 9`1" (3.65m x 2.91m) approx.
Accessed from the reception hallway via a carpet stair the upper hallway has a window at mid level letting in plenty of natural light.
There is a deep set fitted cupboard offering storage space, a power point, ceiling light and a carpet is laid.
The upper hallway gives access to 2 further double bedrooms and the loft.
13`0" x 11`1" (3.95m x 3.51m) approx.
Accessed from the upper hallway via a wood door is this good sized front facing double bedroom.
A deep set fitted glazed and mirrored wardrobe covers the whole of one wall and is shelved and railed offering good storage space.
There are ample power points, a ceiling light, TV point, radiator and the flooring is laid with a quality fitted carpet.
This room also benefits from front country views.
10`1" x 10`0" (3.22m x 3.14m) approx.
Accessed from the upper hallway via a wood door is another good sized and side facing double bedroom.
There is a double fitted mirrored and glazed wardrobe that is shelved and railed offering storage, ample power points, a ceiling light, radiator and a quality fitted carpet is laid.
A definite feature of this wonderful home are the landscaped front side and rear gardens.
There is a large Monoblocked driveway to the front offering off street parking for several cars.
There is a large chipped garden area with feature circle and square set that is enclosed with a small wall.
A Monoblocked path takes you to the rear gardens.
The rear garden has a feature monoblock set patio, a decked patio and is chipped.
There is external lighting and a water point.
One side has a quality fitted colour force fencing that carry a 25 year guarantee.
A garden hut will be left.
Gatehead, an old colliers' village lies at or near the junction of several roads, namely the main road to Kilmarnock, Dundonald & Troon, nearby are other roads that run to Symington or Kilmarnock via Old Rome and Earlston, another to Springside, North Ayrshire or Crosshouse via Craig and yet another to Crosshouse, branching off the main Kilmarnock road. The settlement no doubt developed to cater for travellers on these roads and from the railway which was used also by carts and pedestrians as a 'toll' road or tramway prior to 1846 The River Irvine forms the boundary with South Ayrshire, previously 'Kyle and Carrick', Parish of Dundonald.
Gatehead is most likely to have been named after the Turnpike road and the toll bar or gate. A 'Gatehead Toll Bar' is still marked nearby on the road to Laigh Milton mill and the Craig House estate as late as 1860 on the Ordnance Survey (OS) map of that year. 'Gatehead' is apparently first recorded marked on General Roy's Military Survey map of Scotland (1745-55) and then by Armstrong's 1775 map. The RCAHMS website records the site of a Toll house at NS 3898 3670.
Laigh Milton viaduct over the River Irvine stands nearby. This is the oldest railway viaduct in Scotland,and one of the oldest in the world.
The Cochrane Inn is likely to have originally been a coaching inn, serving the stagecoach route from Kilmarnock to Troon and Ayr. A milestone near the Crosshouse junction on the main road in 1860 gave Troon as 7 miles and Dundonald 4 miles and another near the junction for Laigh Milton Mill gave Ayr as 10 miles and Kilmarnock as 4 miles.
The railway level crossing has been here since the Kilmarnock and Troon Railway opened in 1811, but as stated, the name 'Gatehead' predates the railway. A stable was located hereabouts and the horses pulling the wagons were changed here. Gatehead railway station closed in 1967, having opened with the rest of the line on 6 July 1812. The 1860 OS map shows a milepost indicating Kilmarnock at 4 miles and Troon at 4 miles.
A distillery once existed near Old Rome, although no signs of its existence are now visible. A smithy existed, as marked on the 1880s OS. It was on the left-hand side, just across the bridge from Old Rome. A school existed at Old Rome that may also have been used by pupils from Gatehead.
There is an extensive choice of schooling available in Kilmarnock. Private schooling is available at Wellington in Ayr and in Glasgow
The property is situated within a few miles of the recently up rated and refurbished A77, M77 motorway link and all main arterial routes. This provides easy access for the commuter with links accessing in a Southerly direction towards Ayr and Girvan and the Ayrshire coast and in a Northerly direction toward Glasgow. The West Coast of Ayrshire is only minutes away.
Kilmarnock has a mainline rail station with a comprehensive service to Glasgow and the main west coast line south. Prestwick International Airport has regular and enhanced flight service flights to London, Dublin and the rest of Europe.
Ayr is Ayrshire's foremost town and as such offers a good range of high street shops, supermarkets, recreational and professional facilities. In addition there are a number of well-renowned restaurants.
Ayrshire is famous worldwide for golf with championship courses at Royal Troon, Prestwick and Turnberry Kilmarnock's own courses include Caprington and Annanhill.
There is also excellent sailing with yachting marinas at Troon and further up the coast at Largs and Inverkip. Game sports are supported in the region with some of South West Scotland's finest salmon and trout fishing available in the area's lochs and rivers.
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